Tag: Paul Nelson
Darwin Apologists: “We’ve Got It All Figured Out.” Astronomer Martin Rees: “Not So Fast.”
“Consider an analogy — suppose you’d never seen chess being played, you could, by watching a few games, infer the rules…”
Methinks He Is Like a Dawkins: Prominent RNA World Researcher Michael Yarus Commits Famous “Weasel” Blunder
“To suggest how Darwinian evolution can surf across supposed oceans of improbability, I have set up a mutation-selection demonstration.”
The Identity of the Designer: How to Avoid an Incoherent Criticism of Intelligent Design
You can’t attack ID for identifying, but also for not identifying, the designer.
“No Designer Worth His Salt”? At the University of Chicago, Gregory Radick Critiques the Theology of Darwinism
It is more than a passing irony that the very book — the Origin of Species — widely supposed to have eliminated “the supernatural” from biology, in fact keeps theology and the supernatural alive by employing theological assumptions in its key arguments.
Jerry Coyne Hasn’t Understood a Word David Berlinski Said
David’s insults no doubt leave a mark. But an elegant one.